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David Howell Design
1 Review
Mexico House
These traditional Spanish boveda ceilings were created by one master craftsman on a ladder. "He stitched these ceilings together like he was knitting bricks," Howell describes. The craftsman was over 70 years old when he built them and has been perfecting his craft since he was 12. In this dining room
“Everything” — larktales
reconstruction of a stone house in Trahila - Mani
design & contruction by hhharchitects photos by N.Daniilidis
“Cute combo simple and clean” — Kitty Cat
Kipnis Architecture + Planning
19 Reviews
Evanston Spanish Colonial Renovation
is set within an arched opening. The ribbed/fluted glass is arched as well. The opening arch was carefully aligned with the glass arch. Cable Photo/Wayne Cable http://selfmadephoto.com
“Great use of pocket doors” — katikav
Loudoun County Premier Home Builder
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